I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2021 is returning to Gwrych Castle in Wales and preparations are well underway.
The location for this year’s series was confirmed by ITV bosses last month after a “highly successful run” at Abergele in 2020. You can read the broadcaster’s statement in full here.
Gwrych Castle also released a statement. Chair of the Preservation Trust, Dr Mark Baker, said: “I’m absolutely delighted that I’m A Celebrity has chosen Gwrych Castle to be its UK location for the 2021 series.
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“Gwrych Castle is a beautiful grade I listed historic house and a must-see destination for tourists visiting Wales. I’m A Celebrity being here will really help support its ongoing restoration as well as giving the region a much-needed economic boost. We are all very excited to be working with the team again.”
And now Welsh tourist attraction, Manorafon Farm Park, has confirmed it will be closing soon as it’s also being used for the ITV series.
The site, which lies right next Gwrych Castle, was also used by I’m A Celeb bosses last year. You can read more on this here.
Wales attraction being used for I’m A Celeb to give away tickets before closing
In a Facebook post, Manorafan Farm Park, said they wanted “to go out with a bang” as it outlined when it would be closing.
It then revealed it would be handing out free admission tickets to local people for entry on Sunday, September 5, and listed 14 qualifying postcodes.
The social media post read: “Locals go free. Let’s go out with a bang!
“Free Admission Tickets for entry on Sunday 5th September will be available to locals online from Friday night (13 August).
“Qualifying postcodes: LL22, LL16, LL17, LL18, LL19, LL26, LL27, LL28, LL29, LL30, LL31, LL32, LL33, LL34.
Manorafon Farm Park in Abergele
(Image: Daily Post Wales)
“Manorafon Farm is being used once again by ITV for the prouction of I’m a Celebrity …Get me Out of Here! at Gwrych Castle. This means we will be closing on Sunday 5th September.
“Although we are sad not to be continuing as normal, the hosting of the production here on the farm will allow us the time to invest further in our visitor experience.”
They added: “You must have a qualifying postcode. Proof of address must be provided on entry. Pre booked tickets only. Limited tickets available. £1.50 booking fee applies.”
I’m A Celebrity usually kicks off in November, although a start date for this year’s show is yet to be announced. Rumours for this year’s line-up are already swirling, with big pop stars, actors and athletes all set to head into the castle.
You can read the rumoured I’m A Celebrity 2021 line-up in full here.
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